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Revision as of 18:36, 26 January 2018

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English Thegn AD980‑1079 An aristocrat, sporting the fashionable square necked tunic. The neck hole and skirt of his madder dyed tunic is decorated with bands of silk braid.

English Thegn AD980‑1079
An aristocrat, sporting the fashionable square necked tunic. The neck hole and skirt of his madder dyed tunic is decorated with bands of silk braid.
Tom

ME0007

Wimple

Wimple

AH0002

Square Neck AD980‑1079 Square keyhole neck-holes are popular in England and Denmark during the C11th. This example is highly embroidered in Winchester style decoration and would have been worn by a lord.

Square Neck AD980‑1079
Square keyhole neck-holes are popular in England and Denmark during the C11th. This example is highly embroidered in Winchester style decoration and would have been worn by a lord.
by Bekka Griffiths

ME0008

Leg Bindings AD793‑1180 Many men wear leg bindings wrapped around their lower legs. They average 9cm wide, have a natural selvage and are primarily woven in a twill to give them more stretch.

Leg Bindings AD793‑1180
Many men wear leg bindings wrapped around their lower legs. They average 9cm wide, have a natural selvage and are primarily woven in a twill to give them more stretch.
by Liz Daborn

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Woven Cloth Sock

Woven Cloth Sock
by Louise Archer

AK0001

Naalbound Sock

Naalbound Sock
by Carole Tidy

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Toggled Boot AD850‑1050 Simple low ankle boots like these were common in England, Frisia and France.

Toggled Boot AD850‑1050
Simple low ankle boots like these were common in England, Frisia and France.
by Ana Deissler

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